Ways to Give

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Donate by check

Tax-deductible contributions to IWP may be sent by check to:

The Institute of World Politics
Attention: Development Office
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

Donations of stocks, bonds, or property

The Institute of World Politics gladly accepts tax-deductible donations of stocks, bonds and other securities; real estate; and other items of value that IWP may invest or sell in support of its mission.

Individuals interested in making such contributions may call the IWP Development Office at (202) 462-2101, or contact Liliya Bychuk at LBychuk@iwp.edu.

Planned giving

Individuals wishing to donate to The Institute of World Politics in the form of trusts, bequests, or other planned giving may contact Liliya Bychuk at LBychuk@iwp.edu.  Those preferring to contact us by telephone or mail may use the information below:

The Institute of World Politics
Attention: Development Office
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

 Tel: (202) 462-2101

Honoring a family member or friend

To learn more about giving to IWP in honor of a loved one, please contact Liliya Bychuk at LBychuk@iwp.edu or at (202) 462-2101.  You can also donate online and specify in whose name you would like your gift to be in the "Additional Comments" area.   

A matching gift

Many companies sponsor matching gift programs and will match donations made by their employees or spouses to qualified institutions. Some companies will double or even triple the match amount.

Contact the Human Resources department at your workplace to see if they participate in a matching gift program. If they do, let the HR department know and they will give you the necessary paperwork to complete. Follow the procedure according to the policy at your workplace and send in the form, as well as your gift, to:

The Institute of World Politics
Office of Institutional Advancement
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

In-kind contributions

The Institute welcomes in-kind contributions such as research materials for its Library, information technology equipment, frequent flyer miles, and historical works and artifacts.  Please contact Kathy Carroll at carroll@iwp.edu